With our diverse menu, you’ll experience a new taste every morning, and you’ll leave with plenty of fuel to explore all Gettysburg has to offer.
Most of our breakfasts are casserole-style creations that cannot be changed before serving but can be adapted if we know of any restrictions before your arrival.
Please let us know AT THE TIME YOU MAKE YOUR RESERVATION of any dietary restrictions you may have. This includes things like no sugar, allergies to wheat, dairy or eggs, religious restrictions on pork, no meat for vegetarians, etc.
We do our best to prepare a delicious breakfast for all of our guests; however, there are times when we cannot meet all dietary restrictions. In that case, we have a variety of cold cereal and instant oatmeal available for you.
Breakfast is served from 8 to 9:30 am, with seating offered in our dining room and adjacent parlor. Experience a candlelit atmosphere and warm conversation as you plan the day’s activities. Orange juice and cold water are served at your table, and 2% milk is available by the glass if you like.
Mornings are a special time here at the Doubleday Inn. You may help yourself to coffee, tea or cocoa beginning at 7 am in the dining room. Grab a mug and head out for a quiet stroll on the Battlefield. Enjoy listening to the birds chirping in our gardens as you watch the mists rising off the fields. We feature the prettiest sunrises in all of Gettysburg!
After a day of touring and exploring Gettysburg, head back home to the Inn where you can grab a homemade cookie and brew a nice cup of tea.
We feature a large selection of Bigelow teas (including several herbal and non-caffeinated varieties) as well as hot chocolate mix and instant coffee crystals or individual bags. We have liquid half-and-half as well as powdered non-dairy creamer available. Sweeteners offered are sugar, Equal and Splenda.
||We use only the finest fresh local ingredients to prepare a tasty start to your day.
Dining in the Gettysburg Area
The area in and around Gettysburg has a wealth of unique and delightful dining options. From PA Dutch treats to 4-star dining, there is something for every taste. Below we have outlined all of our favorites in each category. We will be happy to make reservations for you!
Fine Dining (Reservations Required)
The Cashtown Inn – Built in 1797, the Cashtown Inn served as A.P. Hill’s headquarters prior to the Battle of Gettysburg and was visited by more Confederate Generals than any other building north of Richmond, VA. Today it features the finest dining and ambiance in the Gettysburg area with attentive service and exceptional seasonal cuisine. Additional highlights include owner Jack Paladino’s signature cocktail creations as well as his unique and extensive wine list. Do not miss this wonderful dining experience during your visit to Gettysburg!
Restaurant Sidney - Sydney at Willoughby Run - Located 1 mile from the Inn, Sydney offers unique and modern cuisine. Chef/Owner Neil Annis specializes in New American “small plates” influenced by classical French techniques
Antrim 1844 – Built in 1844, Antrim was once a thriving plantation and is listed in the National Register of Historic Places. Experience a gourmet six-course meal while enjoying the intimate setting of this historic mansion.
Finer Casual Dining (Reservations Recommended)
The Dobbin House – An authentically restored 1776 stone home which today serves fare in the Colonial tradition. Actually two restaurants, their full menu is available upstairs in the main dining room, or dine downstairs in the Springhouse Tavern for a more casual Colonial experience.
The Blue Parrot Bistro – A very popular local choice, this eclectically delightful bistro features great food and a regularly changing exhibition of works by local artists.
The Carriage House – A little further out of town (approximately 15 minutes away in Emmitsburg, MD), this historic 1857 converted warehouse now features a quiet & relaxing atmosphere and well-prepared American cuisine.
The Fairfield Inn - Built in 1757, this is one of the oldest taverns still operational in America. Located 8 miles from Gettysburg in the town of Fairfield, you will find the Mansion House Restaurant and Squire Miller’s Tavern serving a wide selection of grilled and roasted game, pastas, seafood and steaks.
Casual Dining (No Reservations Necessary)
Garryowen Irish Pub - Gettysburg's only Irish-owned pub offers a genuine taste of Ireland. With 24 Irish whiskies, the best of Ireland's draft beers and authentic Irish fare from the kitchen, you'll think you've stepped back to the old country.
Gettysburg Eddie's - Named for Baseball Hall of Fame pitcher Eddie Plank, this locals favorite features a huge menu with everything from nachos to burgers to pasta entrees. Truly something for everyone, and plenty of big screen TV's to keep track of the game while you sip a cold one.
O’Rorke’s Pub - A true Irish Restaurant in spirit and décor, featuring a wide-ranging menu with traditional Irish favorites, classic American cuisine and special dishes. Enjoy Irish beers and local favorites on tap.
The Pub – Located in the center of town on the historic Lincoln Square. A traditional American style pub with a large menu and a great election of beers on tap.
Ping’s Café – on Baltimore Street just off of the Square, features excellent freshly prepared Chinese, Japanese and sushi items in a relaxed & casual atmosphere. BYOB.
Mamma Venturas – an attractive authentic Italian eatery located near the square on Chambersburg Street. Full bar available.
Montezuma – a new addition to Gettysburg, this cozy and authentic Mexican restaurant features a large menu and excellent service. BYOB
Family Restaurants (No Reservations Necessary)
Dunlap’s Restaurant & Bakery – Hearty and authentic PA Dutch style food with excellent baked goods.
The Avenue Restaurant – A local favorite with classic diner-style food in a cozy atmosphere.
La Bella Italia- A festive Italian café featuring traditional pizza and pasta dishes.